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Celebrities: Their Lives, Our Entertainment?

Celebrities: Their Lives, Our Entertainment?

Posted: September 12, 2014, 12:30 p.m. by Kelsey Weiss. As celebrities’ presence on social media booms, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find the line between their public personas and private lives. As avid consumers of pop culture, we’ve grown accustomed to knowing what Miley Cyrus

Got Ethics?

Got Ethics?

Posted: November 25, 2013, 2:15 p.m. by Jessica Smith. The core of the public relations field is ethics. Ethics create guidelines for professionals to maintain their own credibility as well as their clients’. The Public Relations Society of America, or PRSA, has a code of ethics

Miley Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop

Posted At: October 4, 2013 8:30 a.m. by Lexi Holdbrooks You know that one mortifying nightmare where you are standing stark naked, in public, and everyone is staring? For some reason you left for work or school that day and thought it was absolutely normal that

Saturday Night Live’s “Sneaker Uppers”

Posted At: April 3, 2013 6:15 P.M. by Kaitlyn Honnold Saturday Night Live has long been an outlet for upcoming talent to brush shoulders with some of the funniest and most prominent actors of the time. But, all too often, I’ve seen SNL appearances by celebrities interrupt the

Glee’s GQ Photo Shoot

Many parents are concerned about their children being desensitized by programs airing on MTV or E! because of their reputation for risqué content. We expect to see scantily-clad clothing and explicit behavior when tuning in for “Keeping up with the Kardashians,” but the same conduct

Miley Cyrus: No Longer So Squeaky Clean

Although some may say there is no such thing as bad publicity, tween idol Miley Cyrus may disagree. In the past few weeks, Cyrus has gone from having a “squeaky-clean” reputation and the full support of parents to finding herself in the midst of a

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